Will (Or Won’t) AI Transform Teaching And Learning?

Foreign ministers including U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Meta, Amazon, and other AI developers to talk about AI and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, including education, workforce, and well-being SDGs. Lunches, panels, and invite-only dinners are abuzz with AI themes. It is clear that AI will transform daily life and that schools need to prepare students for an AI-powered world, both ethically and practically. As Audrey Azoulay, UNESCO Director-General said in a press release where she shared guidance for teachers and schools, “Generative AI can be a tremendous opportunity for human development, but it can also cause harm and prejudice.”

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